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    2019 Differences

    I have had my new 2019 Mirage Hatchback for a few days after losing my 17 G4 in an accident I noticed some changes for the better! One: The CVT seems smoother and less jerky has Mitsubishi made some changes. Two: the car and engine seems quieter than my 17. Three: and maybe I am missing something but the dash lights are orange rather than white. I can see them better.

    I miss some of my loaded G4 Features like the auto climate control and push button start. But I have heated seats and alloys, my two manditories. I am having an Android Auto issue. It worked once but has decided not to work again after phone and screen reboots and re-install on my phone. It says no cars connected. Anyone have any thoughts on that?

    Other than that, glad to be continuing as a Mirage guy!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Mitsuko View Post
    Three: and maybe I am missing something but the dash lights are orange rather than white. I can see them better.

    Other than that, glad to be continuing as a Mirage guy!
    My 2017 Mirage ES has orange dash lights. It may be a lower trim level (ES, RF, LE, SE, GT) thing?

    I'm glad you're still a Mirage guy, too!

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    They may have been orange, but I can't remember! old age

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    Glad you're still a Mirage guy and digging your new 5 door. I think the hatch is wicked cool, it can handle things the G4 owners can only dream about.
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    The SE and GT models have the white backlighting for the gauges. ES, RF, and LE models have orange.


    -Karl B. Had a 2019 Mirage ES 5 speed, swapped it for a 2019 Outlander Sport ES 5 speed. Now have a 2019 Mirage SE CVT as well.

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